The Tower of the Winds

The Tower of the Winds When her sister died Charity was determined to take care of her baby son but the child s uncle the masterful Greek Loukos Papandreous was equally determined that the baby was going to remain in Gre

  • Title: The Tower of the Winds
  • Author: ElizabethHunter
  • ISBN: 9780263715583
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • When her sister died, Charity was determined to take care of her baby son but the child s uncle, the masterful Greek Loukos Papandreous, was equally determined that the baby was going to remain in Greece with him.How could Charity cope with this man who insisted that, as she was a woman, her opinions were of no account yet who made her and glad she was aWhen her sister died, Charity was determined to take care of her baby son but the child s uncle, the masterful Greek Loukos Papandreous, was equally determined that the baby was going to remain in Greece with him.How could Charity cope with this man who insisted that, as she was a woman, her opinions were of no account yet who made her and glad she was a woman

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    1. c1974. Look what I found at the back of a cupboard. I remember reading these novels years and years ago when the world was a different place. I recall a lot of Ms Hunter's books because they normally involved a man from a different country/culture and I managed to pick up a lot of mild swear words in foreign languages from Ms Hunter. I did not realise that she had lived in both Kenya and South Africa but a few of her books were based in Africa if I recall correctly. Loved them and would classify [...]

    2. Deux étoiles, car comme toujours dans les vieilles éditions l'héroine se retrouve coincée dans un pays étranger et elle se laisse faire, accepte un peu tout; même épouser un presque parfait inconnu .Jamais elle ne se rebelle contre l'autorité masculine. GGGRRRRRRJ'ai par contre détesté, eu en horreur. le moment où elle dit au héros qu'elle aurait dû rester à la maison et repriser sa chemise.Sinon j'ai beaucoup aimé l'histoire ne concernant que le héros et l'hérooine.

    3. I can't remember when I read this, but my guess would be maybe 17 years ago, but I do remember that I really liked it.So that's why the 4 stars.

    4. Elizabeth Hunter you're awesome . by describing how charity really feels when he kiss her or hug her Elizabeth made me live charity's life you're great writer thank you

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